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On 8 February, the European Union and Russia will hold informal discussions in Brussels on counter-terrorism and efforts to prevent radicalisation and violent extremism. The meeting will be co-chaired by European External Action Service Deputy Secretary General Pedro Serrano and Russian Deputy Foreign Minister for Counter-terrorism Oleg Syromolotov. Areas for discussion will include an assessment of global terrorist threats; the threat posed by foreign terrorist fighters and the spread of terrorist ideology; and cooperation in international fora.
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